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Post  tabs on Wed 5 May - 12:47

mods feel free to move just wanted people to see this and didn't know where to put it!

just seen this offer so thought I would share

only open until the 7th May I think so be quick!

Free 2 month Family railcard and then a voucher to get a years one for half price (£13)

cracking offer with the summer holidays coming up

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/prmts/article-1269776/Pick-month-Family--Friends-Railcard-now.html

A Family & Friends Railcard normally costs just £26 for a year but Daily Mail readers can pick up a two month trial Family & Friends Railcard for FREE.
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Family & Friends Railcards give you huge savings on train trips across Great Britain when you travel with at least one child. Up to four adults and four children can travel on one Family & Friends Railcard which gets you one-third off adult fares and 60% off kids’ fares. And of course kids under five, go free!

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/prmts/article-1269776/Pick-month-Family--Friends-Railcard-now.html#ixzz0n3Rm0i2s

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Post  welshy on Wed 5 May - 13:09

Thanks so much Tabs. Was talking to my mum few nights ago about purchasing one to help visit family more often. You have just saved me a fortune.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Wed 5 May - 13:17

Thanks Tabs. I have emailed that link to my daughter who is planning to take her son to London on the train, even though he's insisting that London is a very long way (from the Midlands) and they should be flying! (He's 3 and a haff!)

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Post  MJH1901 on Wed 5 May - 14:07

REPORTED AS SPAM.

I am kidding - of course - it's a bloody brilliant offer, thanks Tabs. Filled mine in and it couldn't have come at a better time; my youngest wants to go to London to see the gherkin tower and a whole list of other places, so this will save me heaps - thanks so much

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Post  Guest on Wed 5 May - 14:18

Thanks Tabs, I need to renew ours shortly anyway so that's brill!!

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Post  4timesanan on Wed 5 May - 14:54

thank you for that...never heard of one before and i have just applied for ours..we don't drive so are dependent on offers like this to get about...example..this weekend we and the grandkids travelled all over the west mids all day using a daytripper(includes train,bus, metro)all for only £8.60..up to 6 people. the group has to incude one adult .

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Post  Maggie on Wed 5 May - 18:42

Thank you so much for the information. I have just sent for mine. It will be useful, as I have to travel to London for a Hospital appointment. I will use it during half-term holidays. Great, it will save a lot of money.

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Post  Susan on Wed 5 May - 19:19

What a great find Tabs.....I cant use it but it's great that you've saved the other members some money

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Post  buildersbum on Wed 5 May - 19:25

Thats good, do you know if you can use it with out your kids been with you????

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Re: FREE Family Railcard

Post  AnnaEsse on Wed 5 May - 19:31

buildersbum wrote:Thats good, do you know if you can use it with out your kids been with you????

I think you have to have at least one child with you, but not sure.

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Post  buildersbum on Wed 5 May - 19:44

Would a dolly or teddy do wrapped in a sheet!

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Re: FREE Family Railcard

Post  Susan on Wed 5 May - 19:45

buildersbum wrote:Would a dolly or teddy do wrapped in a sheet!


CHEAT!


Which reminds me....that solved the prob of who to vote for this week

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Post  Guest on Wed 5 May - 23:34

buildersbum wrote:Would a dolly or teddy do wrapped in a sheet!

We got our first family railcard just after our first child was born! We just paid the child fare for her and it still worked out cheaper. We only had one sarky comment off a guard about us 'starting early and getting value for money' as he looked in the pram. Sooo, yes I think a dolly would work but use a nice shawl and don't carry it like bundleman hahaha!!

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